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New Blog! ADHD Diagnosis. Is Age a Factor?

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ADHD Diagnosis & The Youngest Child in the Classroom Does the age of a child in a classroom setting matter when discussing ADHD? In late September, Reuters published an article reviewing a study that found children who are younger in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with learning disabilities, depression, and ADHD than…

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ADHD? Feel Misunderstood? You Are Not Alone.

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ADHD? Feel Misunderstood? You're Not Alone. A recent blog titled Will People With ADHD “Get” Each Other? was posted on PsychCentral from the ADHD Millennial, Neil Petersen.  It can be difficult for a neurotypical person to understand what someone with ADHD is coping with daily. Often, they perceive ADHD individuals as just not trying hard enough. are lazy. or…

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🍭How Does Sugar Affect ADHD?

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How Does Sugar Affect ADHD? Refined sugars are in so many processed foods and packaged treats, it may seem impossible to avoid sugar this Halloween. There is an ongoing debate on whether or not sugar makes ADHD symptoms worse and how it affects children’s behaviors. An article from Psychology Today reviews studies that indicate refined sugars do not…

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5 Ways to Get Your ADHD Teen Moving More

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5 ways to get your ADHD teen moving more! Teens have been surrounded by technology their entire lives. They can often be found sitting for hours on social media, video games, and smartphones. Teenagers with ADHD are especially susceptible to these time robbers since they can have trouble shifting their attention and may easily hyperfocus…

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ADHD and Autism Diagnosis on the Rise in the US

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ADHD and Autism Diagnosis on the Rise in the US Diagnoses are on the rise with US children for developmental disabilities like autism and ADHD according to a recent article published in Medical Press. A government study conducted by lead researcher Benjamin Zablotsky, from the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, found that between 2009 and…

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